This series contains general St. Cloud State publications as well as other outside historic publications that may have interest.
Brown and Riley
A viewbook of images that documents the destruction caused by an F4 tornado (often described as a cyclone) on the cities of St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids, and Rice, Minnesota on April 14, 1886. It killed 72 people and caused $400,000 worth of damage.
Images depicted here of the tornado's aftermath include:
- View of Railroad yard, St. Cloud (2)
- Ruins in Sauk Rapids
- General view in Sauk Rapids, from the east
- View of Court House
- Mill in Sauk Rapids
- Northern Pacific Depot, Sauk Rapids
- Ruins of Senator Buchman's Farm
- General view in Sauk Rapids, from the west
- View of tree where the drug clerk was killed
The viewbook of images include both the images and the backside of the images.
Donald J. Emmerich
History of the 72nd College Training Detachment, which helped train pilots for World War II. The detachment was on campus from 1943-1944. These cadets were partially trained by St. Cloud State faculty on the St. Cloud State campus.
Reflections: A Journey of Innovation - James W. Miller Learning Resources Center, St. Cloud State University
Kristin Sawyer Lyman
This is a very limited-run book was created in 2011 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the opening of the James W. Miller Learning Resources Center on the campus of St. Cloud State University. The $29.5 million Miller Center opened in August 2000.
St. Cloud State University
St. Cloud State Teachers College Athletic Records, 1989-1937. Compiled from the St. Cloud Daily Times and the St. Cloud Daily Times and the Daily Journal Press. Project of the National Youth Administration and St. Cloud State University. Under the direction of George H. Lynch and John J. Weismann. 1937
The men's sports documented in this book are:
- Hockey, 1898-1900, 1932-1937
- Football, 1898-1937
- Basketball, 1898-1937
- Baseball, 1923-1937
- Track, 1924-1937
- Tennis, 1931-1937
- Golf, 1932-1937
Depending on sport, the entries include scores, opponents, whether home or away, starting lineups or those who participated, and names of coaches.
Women's intercollegiate athletics did not begin at St. Cloud State until the late 1960s.
St. Cloud State University
This booklet was created in 1992 to celebrate 25 years of women's intercollegiate athletics at St. Cloud State University. It includes a timeline of milestone dates, essays on the history women's basketball and volleyball at St. Cloud State, current women's coaching staff, a Gladys Ziemer profile, list of conference affiliations, and a list of conference championships.